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Our teaching methods are specifically aimed at your child’s needs and adapted to what is needed for them to succeed all subject areas and help them to acquire key skills and knowledge. We aim to make learning fun and straightforward.
When your child first joins Educare Children’s Centre your child will be required to take an initial assessment in order for us to be able to see where they are on an academic level. This is for us as tutors to be able to thoroughly understand and highlight your child's strengths and areas for improvement. From this we will be able to create an individual study programme for them to work from and help them progress academically.

We have limited our tutor to student ratio to 1:5 (maximum) to ensure your child gets the most out of our sessions. We will monitor their progress on a weekly and monthly basis, and keep parents aware of their child progress, through progress reports.

We offer an effective and innovative approach to learning:
Adapt to each student’s style of learning.
Embrace new technologies.
Teaching to the student's strengths and minimize their weaknesses.
Monitor student’s progress as closely as possible and constant feedback for parents.
Ensure each pupil receives individual attention.
Praising and encouraging students’ work, to build up their confidence and help them form a positive attitude to learning and studying.

We are pleased to be able to say that Educare Children’s Centre is now registered on the Ofsted voluntary childcare register and you can now save money on your tuition fees by paying with childcare vouchers or tax credits.

What are childcare vouchers?

Childcare vouchers are a benefit that employers often offer to staff. If your employer offers you the opportunity to use the salary sacrifice scheme you could be saving on Tax and National Insurance by opting to have part of your salary paid in childcare vouchers.

What is the advantage of sacrificing part of my salary for childcare vouchers?
Childcare vouchers are free from tax and national insurance and therefore have greater value than the salary you would have received instead of the vouchers. Each parent can opt to salary sacrifice thus increasing the savings you could be making. This could save you up to £1000 a year per working parent.

How do I use the childcare vouchers to make a payment to you?
Making payment using childcare vouchers is simple. Ask us for our Ofsted number and you can arrange a simple electronic transfer to make a payment to us using your childcare vouchers.

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